A gripping biblical and historical saga about the Land of Israel and the Jewish people, God, Israel, and Shiloh is a book about faith and struggle, set in Shiloh in the midst of Israel's biblical heartland.
» Gain a new understanding of the religious and political perspectives of the Jewish people living in the biblical heartland of Israel.
» Learn the truth about the people who are often referred to as "the chosen people."
» Discover why Israel is a nation struggling with its destiny to be "a light unto the nations."
Author David Rubin writes about the heroic families living in and rebuilding the biblical heartland of Israel despite the obstacles in their path - and he relates his incredible personal story of miraculous survival from the bullets of terrorism.
What Others Are Saying about God, Israel, & Shiloh
A unique insight into the heart of those brave modern pioneers settling the land of the Bible as foretold by the ancient Hebrew prophets.
Dr. Pat Robertson Host of The 700 Club, Founder & Chairman of The Christian Broadcasting Network
Every one of its pages is soaked with the blood and tears of daily sacrifice, but is imbued with the odyssey of love and faith.
Rabbi Dr. Shlomo Riskin Chief Rabbi of Efrat, Chancellor of the Ohr Torah Stone Colleges and Graduate Programs
The misguided peace plans are clearly explained by one who not only reads about but experiences firsthand these amazing events every day from the heartland of Israel.
MK Binyamin Elon Former Tourism Minister & Israeli Knesset Member
From the ancient hills of Shiloh comes a passionate voice expressing a remarkable clarity of vision about the challenges facing Israel. David Rubin's powerful words should be heard and listened to.
Rabbi Dr. Sholom Gold Rabbi Emeritus Kehilat Zichron Yoseph, Har Nof, Jerusalem Dean, Avrom Silver Jerusalem College for Adults.
David Rubin has written a gripping biblical and historical narrative about the Land of Israel, as a stirring saga of the Jewish people and the quest for redemption.
Dr. Mordechai Nisan Lecturer of Middle East Studies Hebrew University of Jerusalem
All net proceeds from this book will benefit Shiloh Israel Children's Fund.